Albert Raurich creatively demonstrates the close links between Asian and Spanish tapas, and does so at such a high level of quality and innovation that he earned Dos Palillos its first Michelin star. The restaurant is a perfect fusion of a blue-collar bar and haute-cuisine Asian restaurant, a place where there are no tables and where, if they don’t have the time, they’re not going to serve you wine. But consider this: part of the Michelin star is always based on service, so the fact that they still got one speaks volumes about their phenomenal Asian tapas.
|Venue name:||Dos Palillos|
|Opening hours:||Mon closed; Tue-Wed 7.30pm-11.30pm; Thu-Sat 1.30pm-3.30pm; 7.30pm-11.30pm; Sun closed|
|Transport:||Catalunya (M: L1,L3)|
Average User Rating
5 / 5
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We had our dinner last night. Although we could not get the table in the main restaurant the one given at the bar were good. Menu is great and dearing. For us dishes that stud out were dumplings (king prawn and pork), chinese buns, tuna sushi and stir fry vegetables with squid. The other things were good too but this were fantastic. We had 4 deserts and they were all good too. Waiter was good and spoke good English. Some might see it pricy but it is good value for money and we will for sure go back for more!